Adaptive Structures and Material Systems Award
The Adaptive Structures and Material Systems Award recognizes significant contributions to the sciences and technologies associated with adaptive structures and/or materials systems. The award is intended to honor a lifetime of achievement and sustained impact in the field and is given only to a senior researcher.
The winner is asked to give a plenary lecture at the annual ASME Smart Materials Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems conference.
The Adaptive Structures and Material Systems Prize was established in 1993 by the Aerospace Division and operated as a divisional award until 2014, when it was elevated to a Society Award as the Adaptive Structures and Material Systems Award.
Submit Nomination Here
|Form of Award:
|$2000, vermeil medal and certificate
|Must be a senior researcher who has made a significant contribution to the field of adaptive structures and material systems.
|Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems Division.
|Committee on Honors (COH)
Adaptive Structures and Material Systems Awardees
|James E. Hubbard, Jr.
|Mary I. Frecker
|Nancy L. Johnson
|Marcelo J. Dapino
|Ralph C. Smith
Winners of the Adaptive Structures and Materials Systems Prize (Division Level)
|Michael I. Friswell
|Alison B. Flatau
|Norman M. Wereley
|Christopher S. Lynch
|Dimitris C. Lagoudas